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NEW Racer X App Available Through iTunes

4 years ago

Free Racer X App Now Available in iTunes App Store

Filter Publications is pleased to announce the arrival of the new Racer X App, available now in the iTunes App Store. The free app is designed to make reading, watching, and listening to Racer X Online’s motocross-industry-leading content as easy as possible on iPhones, iPod Touches, and even iPads.

If you’re using an Apple device you can download the free Racer X App now here:
RacerX App

“We’re excited that this app has taken off so quickly,’ says Filter Publications President Bryan Stealey. “This is just the first step in our plans to introduce comprehensive mobile compatibility of everything we cover on www.racerxonline.com: Lucas Oil AMA Motocross, Monster Energy Supercross, Loretta Lynn’s AMA Amateur Motocross, Can-Am GNCC, and everything else. An Android app is next in line, but we plan on making our content easy to view on all mobile platforms as soon as possible.”

Our View:
We have started using it and have all given it a big thumbs up. Best of all, the videos linked to the app actually work with no problems – sweet!

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